Friday, December 14, 2007

California DUI for County Supervisor

California DUI attorney news

A Solano County supervisor was arrested on suspicion of California DUI drunken driving, Vacaville police said Wednesday.

Supervisor Mike Reagan, 58, of Vacaville was pulled over for having expired registration about 11 p.m. Friday at Youngsdale Drive near Nut Tree Road while driving his 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix, police Lt. Randy Weaver said.

The officer determined that Reagan showed signs of being California DUI intoxicated and placed him under arrest for California DUI.

A California DUI breath test at the Vacaville Police Department showed that Weaver's blood-alcohol level exceeded the legal limit of 0.08 percent, said Weaver, who declined to release the exact figure.
He is due in court Jan. 25 for charges of California DUI .

In a statement, Reagan acknowledged that he had been pulled over for a "nonmoving violation" and that "it was determined that I may have had a blood-alcohol level that was at or above the legal limit for driving in California."

Reagan said he had been stopped after attending a holiday event with his wife for a nonprofit philanthropic foundation "where wine was served with dinner." No California DUI defense lawyer has spoken on his behalf yet.